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Video: Tunisian tennis star, Ons Jabeur, qualifies for US Open final

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Tunisian tennis star, Ons Jabeur,  made another history to become the first African female player to ever reach the US Open Women’s finals after she eased past France’s Caroline Garcia 6-1, 6-3 in a pulsating semi-final match on Thursday.

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Strike continues as Nigeria’s Labour Minister, Chris Ngige, walks out of meeting with striking lecturers

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Nigeria’s minister for Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige, walks out of a meeting with stakeholders in a gathering to resolve the eight months and counting strike action by Nigeria’s Academic Staff of University Union, ASUU,

University lecturers have been at loggerhead with the Federal government of Nigeria over the full implementation of a 2009 agreement (PDF) during the reign of late ex-president Umaru Yar’ Adua.

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Video: Protesters vandalize French embassy in Burkina Faso as reactions trail coup

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Unrest has continued in Burkina Faso’s capital city, Quagadougou following a coup that ousted Lieutenant-Colonel on Friday, protesters on Saturday hit the French embassy and vandalise its building in the troubled West African.

The Friday coup was led by one of his trusted allies, Captain Ibrahim Traore, eight months after he had overthrown the democratically elected President Roch Kabore in January and there has fear of a counter coup as shootings eusued at the capital on Saturday.

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